Follow these steps on vCenter GUI to install the OS:
1.0) Create a New Virtual Machine from the menu File -> New -> Virtual Machine (Ctrl + N)
2.0) Select a Typical Configuration and select a 64 bit Linux OS.
Remember to allocate at least 50 GB for the disk space.
3.0) Open the tab "Options", then go to "Advanced" > "Boot Options" -> "Power On Boot Delay"
|4.0) After the new machine is created, power it on and press "ESC" to bring the "Boot Menu"|
|5.0) Select the "CD/DVD" icon and select "Connect to ISO image on local disk..." option||6.0) Browse and select the ISO to be installed from your local or shared file system|
|7.0) After openSUSE boot menu appears, select the option "Installation"|
8.0) Read, review and accept the "License Agreement" to proceed with the installation if you agree
|9.0) Select Edit Proposal Settings to bring the submenu to edit the partitioning method||10.0) For the disk partition options, select " Ext4 " filesystem and " Create LVM-based Proposal "|
|11.0) Select "Expert Partitioner"||12.0) Remove home partition and change root filesystem to use maximum storage|
|13.0) Select your regional settings, timezone, etc||14.0) To install the desktop environment, select "KDE Destkop"|
|15.0) Create an admin account. "Use this password for system administrator" for root user and|
disable "Automatic Login"
|16.0) In the "Installation Settings" screen, select "Software" to customize the installed packages|
|17.0) Select "Details" to bring the Search screen||18.0) Select "Search" tab|
|19.0) Search for "kernel-de" then disable "kernel-desktop" and the "kernel-default " will be|
|20.0) Just review and continue after changes|
|21.0) Next select "Firewall and SSH" to setup remote connections||22.0) Make sure you have set "Enable SSH Service" and "Open SSH Port" to allow remote|
|23.0) Review all settings and select "Install"||24.0) The final confirmation screen will inform that hard disks will be deleted, confirm this and the|
installation will begin
To configure the network, edit the properties of /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-ens160 and add the gateway in /etc/sysconfig/network/routes: